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... MRI reads, minimal diffuse disc bulge with indentations to the ventral thecal sac, at c2-3,c3-4, c4-5,c7-t1,all without significant canal stenosis or neural foraminal narrowing c7-t1 also some facet hypertrophic changes, some mild ligamentum flavum laxity c3-4 there are... (0 replies)
... the spinal fluid from around the spinal cord. ... (1 replies)
... LEVEL WITH SLIGHT PROMINENCE OF THE POSTERIOR INFERIOR VERTEBRAL BODY OF C5 THAT APPEARS MINIMALLY IMPINGED UPON THE THECAL SAC BUT DOES NOT APPEAR TO TOUCH THE SPINAL CORD. ... (2 replies)

... I am a 38 year old male. No injury, accident caused this. I believe it is because I have been sitting at a desk for the last 14 years as a software engineer. My pain level continues to rise. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, I had an MRI last weekend and they found a cyst but I'm not sure how bad it is or the extent of the rest! Your help decoding the medical terminology would be greatly appreciated! ... (0 replies)
Extreme Pain
Feb 2, 2006
... All of this sounds terrible. I am in extreme pain all the time but dr. has said I have nothing surgically wrong. Does anybody have similar situation and what are the Dr's doing for you? ... (9 replies)
... Rather pronounced reversal of the cervical lordosis. ... (4 replies)
... I had an MRI done in June 2011 below is what the results are. Since then I have had cortisone injection in my spine.. One in my shoulder cause i was told i had rotor cup te. ... (3 replies)
Re: Nervous
Sep 22, 2006
... I have a copy of my MRI and I thought I would share it with you. ... (3 replies)
... hence the fusion. Mri done yesterday here is what it says. ... (5 replies)
... Debbie,Thanks.I'm picking up the cory of all the written reports he kept.I have the results of the cervical mri because it's on here under another one of my posts. ... (6 replies)
... Inside the thecal sac is where the spinal cord lies. Compression on the thecal sac usually doesn't cause the problem. ... (4 replies)
... during the first suggested surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I injured my shoulder 14 mos ago while lifting 275 to 325 lbs up over my head. I slipped and fell forward and caught myself on the stretcher but my arms and neck bent backwards. I was treated for shoulder impingement for about 4wks and went to see an ortho. ... (0 replies)
... down to 8mm unless you started out with a very narrow canal. The thecal sac probably ought to be around 15mm at that level. ... (7 replies)
... I just got my MRI done today after having pain in neck, shoulder all the way till the arm. I need help in understanding the same if anyone had similar problem and what was treatment that followed. ... (3 replies)
... I hope the only time you see that guy again is when you're telling him why you won't be seeing him any more. ... (6 replies)
... sagittal T1 and T2 and axial gradient T2 and T1 sequence of the cervical spine are performed before the admin. of intravenous contrast. Subsequent intravenous contrast was admin. and axial and sagittal T1 weighted sequences were performed. ... (3 replies)
... c7 but it is only touching the thecal sac and not the cord and I can certainly sympathise with your balance issues. ... (3 replies)
... ain bathed in something simply 'fluid' to keep it healthy and not dried out, it can be impacted easily when you simply have any type of either disc issue or even the osteophytes which are bone spurs that can block any ebb and flow of the needed CSF in any normal way TO that area of impact on your cord. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, cervical stenosis, degenerative disc disease, pain, radiculopathy, spinal chord compression, stenosis

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